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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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LAST EDITION
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ALDERMEN DEMAND POLICE PRO
RICH MAN DROPS DEAD IN WHEAT PIT-CAPT.
O'BRIEN SUSPENDED U. C. YELPS OVER CHI.
WIDOWS' TAG DAY LABOR AGENCY IN BAD
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 5. NO. 49 Chicago, Tuesday, November 23, 1915 398jj'
HO YNE IS THE MAN WHO
CAN STOP THE GUNMEN
Cochran Says Hoyne Has Tackled a Big Job in Going
After Lawlessness on Both Sides of the Garment
Workers Strike.
MACLAY HOYNE,
STATE'S ATTORNEY.
Say, MAC
I like the way you are tackling that garment workers' strike. There'3
something human about it and something fair. With one state's attorney
investigating from the standpoint of the strikers, and another from the
standpoint of the bosses, you ought to be able to get at the truth m between.
And that's what the public wants the TRUTH.
I'm not strong for indicting people and putting them in prisons, but I
do think grand juries can render a great service by finding out the truth
and giving it to the public, so that all fair-minded men may have a, chan.ce.
to form just, opinions. .Grand .jurocs can examine witnesses, under -oath
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